comprehensive materials for a variety of audiences. One of the
most common requests for information comes from new parents who
have just learned their infant or young child has an intellectual
disability. Each information package is carefully tailored to
meet the sometimes sensitive needs of the request. Single packages
are free of charge.
This newsletter is an aptly named in-house information periodical
that is intended for SACL members who want to keep abreast of
Association news, activities, events and meetings. For a current
copy, contact the SACL at (306) 955-3344, fax (306) 373-3070 or
email: [email protected].
publishes a number of in-house resources; many are free, others
are for sale, and all are available by contacting the SACL, 3031
Louise Street, Saskatoon, SK, S7J 3L1. The SACL also offers for
sale a number of books from publishers like the Roeher Institute,
Inclusion Press, Diverse City Press, Brookes Publishing, Woodbine
House and others. For bulk orders, shipping charges may be applied.
Here is a sample of resources for sale. For a complete list of
resources for sale, contact the SACL.
the System: An Advocacy Handbook for Parents of Children with
Intellectual Disabilities. Saskatoon, SK: SACL, 2005. Free to
Guide to Inclusive Education. Miazdyck, Dionne. Saskatoon,
SK: SACL, 2003. Free to parents. Available outside Saskatchewan
for the cost of shipping. Contact SACL for details.
Map to the Future: A financial planning guide for families of
people with disabilities. Saskatoon, SK: SACL, 2003. $15
The Saskatchewan family resilience project. (Shipping $2)
Landscapes: Saskatchewan advocate stories of success-A collection
created by People First of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon, SK: SACL,
2003. (Shipping $2) $10
Dialect magazine. Back issues may be available. Free single
Choices: Empowerment for Living. The self-advocacy video
project. VHS video available from the Division of Media and Technology,
University of Saskatchewan, 306-966-4261. For
School to Life Transition Handbook: Five steps to successful
planning. Free to download
Commemorative booklet on the occasion of the SACL's 40th Anniversary
for Community Living: Putting the human in human services, orientation
The Right Stuff: A plain language book about basic human rights
(2nd printing). Free
Idea Man, illustrated children's book by Karin Melberg
SACL's Statement of Beliefs &
Positions on Social Issues. Free single copies.
SACL corporate brochure: Empower,
Energize, Connect. Free single copies.
Creating Supportive Communities:
SACL Annual Report. Free back issues of previous annual reports